Miscellany/Mélanges

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Miscellany/Mélanges

Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment, 308

1993

January 1st, 1993

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Table of Contents
Section TitlePagePrice
Cover1
Title Page4
Copyright Page5
Contents6
Public and private art education in France 1648-17938
Tables12
Introduction14
I. Private education20
Introduction22
1. Apprenticeship24
Formal apprenticeships24
Informal apprenticeships27
Apprenticeship at the Academie royale29
The decline of apprenticeship33
Assessing apprenticeship34
2. The Academie de Saint-Luc35
1649-165135
1705-177637
Assessing Saint-Luc40
3. Ecole royale gratuite de dessin42
Concept and financing42
The curriculum45
Faculty and teaching methods46
The impact of Bachelier's programme48
II. Public education50
Introduction52
4. The Academie royale de peinture et de sculpture53
The academic ideal57
Facilities62
Students and student life66
The faculty74
Academic theories and teaching practices79
Competition as motivation87
Beyond the Academie95
5. Provincial schools97
Founding provincial schools98
Curricular models102
Goals of provincial art education107
Two case studies: Grenoble and Poitiers112
Assessing provincial art education117
III. Conclusions120
6. Art education in context122
Attitudes in evolution122
Problems with education127
Promises for art education129
Art education and the end of the ancien regime133
Appendices136
1. Grand Prix, 1664-1793138
2. Prix d'expression (Prix Caylus), 1759-1793173
3. Prix d'etude de tete ou de mains (Prix La Tour), 1784-1792178
Bibliography180
Rococo and carnival192
Lectures de la correspondance de Julie de Lespinasse: une etude de reception230
The natural history of Heaven and the historical proofs of Christianity: La Palingenesie philosophique of Charles Bonnet240
'Fiction dans les archives': adultere et strategies de defense dans deux memoires judiciaires du dix-huitieme siecle264
Fathers and kings: patriarchalism and absolutism in eighteenth-century French politics288
The reading trade in Lyons: Cellier's cabinet de lecture312
How to read in the eighteenth century... the Bible and other books330